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Enjoy a special seaside holiday in Cornwall with a stay at the Old Quay House Hotel. Nestled in the heart of the port town of Fowey, this boutique hotel is home to luxurious bedrooms, friendly staff and a delectable restaurant looking out onto the Estuary.
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Number of Bedrooms: 13
Parking Spaces: 0
Steps into Hotel: 0
Check In Time: 3pm
Check Out Time: 11am
The Old Quay House Hotel in Fowey is nestled in the heart of the town, surrounded by narrow streets, quaint cafes, boutiques, galleries and a nonstop fresh sea breeze. Once a refuge for sailors, this whitewashed Victorian building is now a luxurious modern-day sanctuary away from the stresses of daily life. Nearby attractions to the Old Quay House Hotel such as the Bodinnick Ferry, Fowey Aquarium, St Catherine’s Castle and Readymoney cove, make this Cornwall hotel a popular holiday destination.
In each one of the 13 bedrooms at the Old Quay House Hotel you’ll find Free Wi-Fi access, TV with Freeview channels, telephone, tea & coffee making facilities, complimentary still and sparkling water, bathrobes and a hair dryer. Waterproof jackets and umbrellas are available upon request at the reception because the one thing that can’t be guaranteed is the British weather! Several bedrooms have small balconies and most look out over the estuary, where you can enjoy watching the boats drift by.
The restaurant at the Old Quay House is one of Fowey’s favourites, not only because of the delectable menus served for breakfast, lunch and dinner but also for its deck area which boasts stunning views over the Estuary. Also out on the terrace, enjoy afternoon tea (the Cornish way, of course, jam first!), a pre-dinner glass of champagne, or a long and lazy lunch.
Please note that the hotel does not offer parking and regrettably, no children under the age of 12 or dogs can be accommodated.
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Explore the history of the Old Quay House Hotel within its bedrooms, each of which tells its own story and is full of character. The natural materials and meticulous craftsmanship found throughout each bedroom at the Old Quay House offers a uniquely personal experience.
In each room the following items are included:
Tea and coffee-making facilities | Still and sparkling water | Waterproof jackets and umbrella upon request at Reception | Award-winning Bloom Remedies toiletries | Bath robes | Hot water bottle upon request at Reception | Wi-Fi
These elegantly modest rooms provide a more personal setting, each showcasing views of the adjacent street and featuring a bath with an overhead shower. Designed for shorter visits, they seamlessly blend comfort and contemporary artisanship while embodying The Old Quay House's rich history. It is an ideal base to venture into Fowey and the picturesque landscapes of Cornwall.
LUXURY CLASSIC ROOMS
The Luxury Classic rooms are street-facing offering a more spacious setting than the Classic rooms. Cosy and perfectly formed with shower over the bath, providing everything you need to relax and reconnect.
Spacious and airy, the elegant Superior Rooms run down the sides of the hotel, each with stunning, partial Estuary views and a small balcony. The Superior Rooms have all the comforts of home, with contemporary furnishings, and offer an understated elegance
LUXURY SUPERIOR ROOMS
The Luxury Superior rooms offer a more spacious setting than the Superior rooms. Beautifully designed and exquisitely dressed, these rooms offer a super-king bed or twin facility, walk-in shower, partial Estuary views and a small balcony. Perfect for longer stays in Cornwall.
The Deluxe rooms offer the most magnificent views across the Estuary and beyond for the ultimate relaxation. These rooms have super king beds that have a twin facility. Roll-top bath with separate walk-in shower.
The Old Quay House’s largest space. Relax in this private suite with a separate sitting room offering breathtaking views of the estuary and surrounding coast. A master bedroom with sloping ceilings and a futon-style super king bed. Enjoy a hot cup of coffee at sunrise or an afternoon with a good book curled up on the sofa. Make The Old Quay House your own in the relaxed splendour of The Loft.
Bar & Restaurant
At The Old Quay House Hotel, the restaurant provides the utmost dining indulgence in Fowey. Set in a laid-back ambience, it boasts breathtaking views of the estuary and offers the option of outdoor seating.
Premium seafood, top-grade West Country meat, locally crafted Cornish cheeses, and fresh, seasonal ingredients sourced from nearby are exclusively used to create delectable menus for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Guided by the proficient and amiable front-of-house staff, Head Chef Richard Massey, and his exceptionally skilled kitchen team, you're in for an unforgettable dining affair.
An expertly selected wine list is also available and has been crafted to complement each course on the menu.
Dinner is served from 6:00pm to 9:00pm.
Bookings are essential.
Directions to the Old Quay House Hotel in Fowey
If you're travelling from Plymouth via the Tamar Bridge, follow the A38. You'll pass Liskeard and Dobwalls. At the roundabout, take the second exit onto the A390, which leads to St Austell. Drive through Lostwithiel, and after about a mile, make a left onto the B3269, which will take you to Fowey.
For those travelling from Exeter on the M5, exit at junction 31 and get onto the A30 towards Bodmin. When you reach Bodmin, take the A389 through the town and then switch to the B3269 to reach Fowey.
If you're using a Satellite Navigation system, make sure to set it to 'Avoid ferries' to prevent being directed over the Bodinnick Ferry and smaller B roads. Additionally, be cautious as some Sat Navs might lead you to Polruan, a small town across the river. Ensure that you input "Fowey" and the hotel's name for accurate directions. The hotel is categorized under 'Places of Interest' (POI) within the hotels section.
Starting from the mini roundabout at the town's outskirts, follow the A3082 road with signs pointing towards Fowey. At the second mini-roundabout, take the initial exit, and then do the same at the third mini-roundabout. Continue along the road as it descends until you encounter a right-hand bend indicating Fowey and the Main Car Park. Take a left turn at this bend, leading you onto Lostwithiel Street. Follow this route through town, passing the church and continuing along Fore Street. The Old Quay House will be situated on your right side.
Please note that this hotel doesn't have its own parking area. However, there are multiple car parks available throughout Fowey. One option is the Old Station Yard Car Park, which is located approximately 800 yards beyond the hotel. Guests have the choice to make payments either at the meter or through the 'Just Park' app. Other parking alternatives are also accessible. It's important to acknowledge that we are unable to guarantee parking spaces, as these lots are managed by an external company and operate on a first-come, first-served basis.
To streamline your arrival, we suggest driving into the town centre and briefly halting outside the hotel to unload your luggage. You're permitted to stop outside the hotel for a maximum of 5 minutes, temporarily holding traffic. Afterwards, you can proceed to your preferred parking area.
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Best Room Available - you will be allocated the best available room on check-in. Please note that an upgraded room is not guaranteed unless you have opted to pay the supplement for a guaranteed upgrade. Please refer to the Terms and Conditions for full details.
Please note that the hotel does not offer parking and regrettably no dogs or children under the age of 12 can be accommodated.
Positioned within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the town of Fowey is perched on the western side of the Fowey estuary, its expansive and deep-water harbour draws sailing enthusiasts year after year.
Take a wander through the narrow streets of the old town, where medieval and Georgian architecture intermingle and an animated maritime history comes alive. You'll also enjoy a plethora of small, independent boutiques that offer unique gifts, artwork, clothing and books.
Here are some of the things you can see and do in the charming seaside town of Fowey:
Fowey Harbour: Enjoy the picturesque views of the large, deep-water Fowey Harbour. It's a hub for boating and sailing enthusiasts and provides a tranquil setting for a leisurely stroll.
St. Catherine's Castle: Explore the historic St. Catherine's Castle, perched on a hill overlooking the estuary. This artillery fortification dating back to Tudor times offers stunning vistas and a glimpse into the town's maritime past.
Readymoney Cove: Relax on the sandy shores of Readymoney Cove, a lovely beach accessible via a scenic walk from the town centre. It's a great spot for swimming, sunbathing, and picnicking.
Fowey Aquarium: Discover the local marine life at the Fowey Aquarium. This small but informative attraction features a variety of fish and aquatic creatures found in the waters around Fowey.
Fowey Gallants Sailing Club: If you're interested in sailing, consider a visit to the Fowey Gallants Sailing Club. Whether you're a novice or an experienced sailor, the club offers opportunities to enjoy the water.
Coastal Walks: Fowey is surrounded by stunning coastal landscapes. Take advantage of the numerous walking trails that offer breathtaking views of the estuary, cliffs, and countryside.
Shopping on Fore Street: Stroll down Fore Street, the main thoroughfare lined with charming shops, boutiques, art galleries, and local eateries. It's an ideal place to find unique souvenirs and gifts.
Fowey Museum: Immerse yourself in the town's history at the Fowey Museum. Learn about its maritime heritage, historic characters, and local life through a collection of exhibits and artefacts.
Fowey Festival of Arts and Literature: If you're visiting during the festival (usually held in May), enjoy a diverse range of events, including talks, workshops, performances, and art displays.
Boat Trips and Water Activities: Embark on boat trips to explore the estuary, spot wildlife, and learn about the area's history. Kayaking and paddleboarding are also popular ways to experience the waters.
Dining and Afternoon Tea: Indulge in delightful dining experiences and traditional Cornish afternoon tea at various cafes, restaurants, and tearooms scattered around town.